Citing the recent rise in COVID-19 cases in Chicago, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said a business curfew in the city will start Friday October 23 for non-essential businesses and go for two weeks.

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Chicago Weather: Some Clouds, But Mostly Sunny This WeekendCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the 10 p.m. forecast for Friday, Dec. 4, 2020.
Man Leaves $700 Tip On $30 bill At Garfield Ridge RestaurantIn a show of holiday generosity, a man left an enormous $700 tip on a $30 check at a cafe in Garfield Ridge.
Getting Hosed: The City Makes Massive Errors On Water Bills For Metered AccountsFor years, the CBS 2 Investigators have exposed baffling gaffes in the bureaucracy that is the Chicago Department of Water Management: big, bad bills. By bad, we mean wrong. 
Buffalo Grove Man At Odds With Village Over Holiday Light DisplayA homeowner in the northwest suburbs put up a Christmas light display just to put a smile on people's faces, but he he may shut down because he is now being told by they village that they are watching. 
Jewel Thief Arrested After Breaking Into Kay Jewelers In Chicago's LoopThe big front window at Kay Jewelers in Chicago's Loop was smashed wide open Friday night. Police say a thief broke through the glass right at closing time then rushed in and stuffed his bag with jewelry at the State Street Store. Police showed up just in time and caught the thief red-handed. 
Richton Park Fire Victim Describes Rescue By NeighborsAfter a massive extra alarm fire started by a man frying chicken, 26 Richton Park families are now homeless. The victims are now staying in hotel rooms and trying to make sense of it all, but one woman is happy.
Derailed Freight Train Car Leaves Road Damage In PlainfieldThere is a lot of road damage left by a freight train that derailed in Plainfield Friday. Police say there is damage along Route 59 at both the Lockport and Naperville Road intersections. The train is fine. By 10 p.m. it was back on the tracks and already gone. 
Tinley Park Homeowner Brings Joy, Benefits Charity With Enormous Light DisplayThis holiday season we can all use a little extra joy, and one homeowner in Tinley Park is hoping to bring that to as many people as possible. CBS 2 Photojournalist Alfredo Roman gives us a bird's eye view with Drone 2.
FBI Asking For Help Finding Clarence Hebron, Accused Of Abducting Son After Double MurderThe FBI is asking for help find Clarence Hebron, who is accused of murdering his girlfriend and her brother before abducting his 1-year-old son. 
Some Small Businesses Say They Would Not Participate In The Paycheck Protection Program AgainWhen the economy was bottoming out last spring billions of Paycheck Protection Program dollars helped thousands of companies survive. Some of them say the process helped, but they would not do it again if offered. 
Lawmaker Concerned About Spike In Chicago Carjackings During PandemicChicago has seen a massive spike in carjackings during the pandemic. That may be because the pandemic has changed the opportunities for crime. 
Family Remembers 'Fearless' Retired Firefighter Gunned Down This WeekCBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports on what family and friends are saying about Dwain Williams, after he was killed by carjackers earlier this week.
Chicago Weather: A Few Flurries For Sunday's Bears Game At Soldier FieldCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a check on the weekend forecast.
Crossing Guards Unsure Of Employment StatusCBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports on why Chicago crossing guards are uncertain about their employment status.
COVID Vaccine DistributionIllinois Governor JB Pritzker announced who will get the first doses of the COVID vaccine and where the vaccines will be distributed.
No Arrests In Shooting Death Of Retired CFD LieutenantCBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports family and friends of the fallen former firefighter said he will be missed by all.
Deadly Shooting On The IkeCBS 2's Marissa Parra has the latest on the deadly shooting that shutdown parts of I-290.
Munster, Indiana Hospital To Administer COVID Vaccine To Frontline Workers, Healthcare StaffA Northwest Indiana hospital will be the first in the area to administer the COVID vaccine to healthcare and other frontline workers in that region. Katie Johnston reports.
Bulls Rookie Patrick Williams Trying To Adjust Quickly To NBA LifeMeanwhile, the Bulls announced Thursday that no fans will be allowed at the United – at least for the beginning of the upcoming season.
Chicago Weather: Mild Again On FridayCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020.
Kevin Dowling Toy Drive Goes VirtualThe COVID-19 pandemic has changed every aspect of life, but one family is determined not to let it change their ability to give back. As CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports, the show will go on for the Kevin Dowling Toy Drive.
Bronzeville Woman Who Relies On Workers' Comp Checks Says She Isn't Getting MailA Bronzeville woman relies on disability checks to get through the week. The only problem is that she says she can’t rely on the U.S. Postal Service to deliver. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Musician Says He Was In 'Utter Shock' At Wedding With Large Crowd At Northbrook HiltonPunishment from the Cook County Department of Public Health is coming after a large wedding without masks or distancing at the Hilton Chicago/Northbrook. A musician who played there tells CBS 2's Charlie De Mar he is afraid he could have been exposed to the coronavirus.
Teenage Girl Shot Dead In Gage ParkThe 16-year-old girl was shot in the head in an alley behind the 5200 block of South Kedzie Avenue.

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